European postcode location incorrect against your own guidelines
Postcode location on label is incorrect against UPU guidelines and guidelines posted on royal mail.
Example Germany (special attention to them as shown by note next to guideline) however all countries in europe the postcode appears on a line on it's own before the town name. It should be on one before the country name ie: <postcode> <townname>
Germany in particular has special warning that items can be returned without attempt to deliver them.
Additionally all international countries royal mail asks for telephone number to be on label. There is no place for this even though it is provided on nearly every order.
where it is stated:
Remember to use the correct address format
Germany has strict conditions for address formatting. You must:
Put the house number after the street name
Put the five-digit postcode before the town name, on the same line
Please write 'GERMANY' in capital letters on the last line of the address.
If the address is incorrectly written your item may be returned without a delivery attempt being made.
Mr P Kunde
Please write the addressee's mobile telephone number on your parcel, in case we need to contact them about their delivery.